Treatment: LCADC Prevention & Recovery
Our outpatient treatment program is based on the belief that chemically dependent people can abstain from mood-altering chemicals and realize their human potential.
Our agency believes chemical dependency is a primary, progressive, and potentially fatal disease that can be treated and arrested.
Chemical dependency affects individuals, their families and significant other. We incorporate a comprehensive approach to the client and family in an individualized manner. We stress the individual’s ability to change his/her own behavior with proper information, support, and motivation to do so.
DO YOU HAVE A PROBLEM?
- Do you sneak drinks/drugs?
- Do you avoid reference to alcohol/drug use?
- Do you have memory blackouts?
- Do you hide and protect supply?
- Do you try periods of forced abstinence?
- Do others disapprove of your dinking/drug use?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions for someone you care about, you can ask for help in dealing with a solution.
TREATMENT SERVICES PROVIDED
- Intensive Outpatient
- Deferred Prosecution Evaluations
- Individual Counseling
- Group Therapy
- SAP Assessment
- DUI Assessment
- Adolescent Treatment
- Information, Screening, & Referral
- Family Counseling
We respect each individual’s rights to confidentiality, and are governed by federal regulations. 42 C.F.R.
INFORMATION SCREENING & REFERRAL SERVICES
In a time of crisis it is often difficult to know where to turn. If you or a family member is experiencing a problem, or if you suspect a problem, please call for a free confidential consultation. We care and understand.
If an emergency occurs after regular office hours, feel free to call the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office at 509-725-3501.
Contact our Office Manager to make an appointment.
Our office hours are: Monday – Thursday 8am-Noon & 1pm-4pm, Fridays 8am-2pm.